I have set a goal of getting A’s in all of my classes each semester but I am taking it day by day and week by week. So far I am achieving these goals that I have set for myself. I am glad that we did this assessment, it truly helps us a students and individuals have more hope in knowing what we are great at and what we need to work on. The three areas that I need to continue and develop my skills in are Communications skills, Goal Striving and Social Connection, which I was surprised that these are very similar in my top three scores were so I am not quite sure if they are 100% accurate. I do agree with the last Score on needing to improve my Social Connection with my School Environment.
My Mission Statement My mission as a cadet is to become a better citizen. I plan on maintaining a GPA above 2.7, to show I can be responsible and also to show my work ethic. I put my best foot forward by helping the community and giving back. During my high school career I plan to move through the ranks and be highly active in JROTC to maximize my leadership capabilities. Also I want to join and participate in as many JROTC superlatives as possible.
Laura Mothes AC1303947 EN110.6.3 Achieving Academic Excellence Writing Assessment 5_06 “Why College Education is Important to Me” August 20, 2013 Why College is Important to Me A higher education is a vital part of living in this society. College Education is the key for my future, which can open many doors of achievement and help me excel in my life. Going to college and achieving a higher education is important to me because of my personal growth and access to great teachers, the knowledge and experience I will be able to gain, which can then lead to higher wages and better opportunities throughout my life. After graduating from high school we have a chance to continue our education and personal growth by attending a college or university and gaining access to great teachers. We experience self-discovery, self-improvement and personal growth through higher education which will help us gain more confidence, higher social skills and greater civic awareness, all of which we need for our future careers and adult lives in general.
JROTC, Junior Reserve Officers Training Corps, is a program designed to encourage high school students to become better citizens. With an emphasis on leadership training and skills building, JROTC helps develop the "whole person" by including financial planning in the curriculum alongside wilderness survival. There are different branches of JROTC such as Army JROTC, Navy JROTC, Air Force JROTC, and Marine JROTC. So, Along with leadership training, JROTC teaches you about the military life and the disciplines. You will learn a lot more from being a JROTC Cadet than just being a high school student.
The program would believe in the highest quality education so that all our students believe in themselves and lead to productive and fulfilling lives. In partnership with other educators, parents, and the community we can facilitate a support system to ensure that all the students know no matter the situation, they can go to college and we are going to prepare them with the skills and knowledge. II. Purpose The purpose of a needs assessment in this particular area is to see if everyone is doing what needs to be done to prepare for college. Once the parents, students and teachers take these questionnaires, they will be able to see if they are doing all that needs to be done in preparation.
How an associates of art degree contributes to my career goals COMM 299 As each person have his or her own individual reasons for returning to school, earning an associates of arts Degree will contribute to my career goals primarily by giving me a boost of self-confidence, and providing a springboard towards both my bachelor’s of science degree and landing a rewarding job in the information technology field. Improving my marketability in the job market, and allowing my degree to backup the years of hands-on training the military has given me during the past 20 years will further my post military career goals. Growing up, progressing through elementary, junior high and high schools, my parents always pushed my siblings and me to do well in school. Study hard, earn good grades just as many parent continue to do today. For my siblings and me though, college was never something that my parent stressed or pushed.
National Honor Society As a Student, it is great honor to be nominated as a candidate for National Honor Society. It felt as though the weight of the world was lifted off of my shoulders. I believe that I have the motivation, the determination, and the personality for the group. Though my grades aren't always what I want, I will continue to do my best and work hard to improve in this area. I feel that being involved in this organization is equally important and will help me build a foundation for college.
Sports teams help academically by eventually allowing more success as college comes along. According to Stephan Walk, a contributor to Berkshire Encyclopedia of World Sport, he explains that, “Under the right conditions, youth who participate in school-sponsored sports may have higher academic performance, educational aspirations, and enhanced career options than do those who do not…” (Walk). He emphasizes the idea that students that involve themselves with school sports would help students flourish academically. College sports funded scholarships are a great example of students working hard to obtain their desires and benevolently, this will help them academically in
Teacher to student ration is very important; not just to the students, but is also greatly expressed as an important tool for teachers to maintain success at Mount Saint Jo. Both of these two universities offer a great student to teacher ratio and either one would be a great choice for a student wanting to further their education. Both colleges believe in doing whatever it takes to make sure that the student has the greatest chance at success. They both are thriving colleges that academically based and they believe in putting the students’ needs first. A student planning to further there college at either one of these two, according to the student to teacher ratio, would choose